The Power Elite Playbook, China: Shanghaied by Communism Part 15
Deanna Spingola | 2008-11-04 - Who and what motivated Japan’s brutal activities against its neighbors as described in part 14? Britain detrimentally meddled in Asia in the 19th century and America meddled in Asia in the 20th century - who was behind their actions? Kuhn, Loeb and Company financed Japan’s Russian invasion in 1905 while the European Rothschilds financed the Russians which somehow failed to receive timely armament delivery. Russia’s objectives, viable in 1895, were an ice-free Pacific port and the acquisition of just enough leased territory for the continuation of her transcontinental railway.1 The conflict decimated Russia’s economy, preparatory to the well-planned revolution based on philosophy from Karl Marx (1818-83). The House of Rothschild, since 1863, had headquarters in four cities: London, Paris, Vienna and Frankfort.2
On January 30, 1902, Japan signed the Anglo-Japanese Alliance with Great Britain. Japan would be “the Crown’s policeman in Asia,” to do the dirty work - the killing and the dying. The alliance included high-interest loans from Rothschild-controlled British banks to finance Japan’s armament purchases and ships from British firms. Great Britain then demanded that Russia abandon the Kwantung Peninsula, territory leased from China six years before. Russia had already spent $300 million on improvements.3 The alliance was renewed after the Russo-Japanese War and in 1911 after Japan’s annexation of Korea (part of Japan from 1910 to 1945). As directed, Japan adopted the gold standard. Carroll Quigley stated the following about the gold standard: “As a consequence, many persons, including financiers and economists, were astonished to discover, in the twentieth century, that the gold standard gave stable exchanges and unstable prices.”4 Those who own/control the majority of any commodity, dictate its value, something to consider regarding the 50-year period of regimented Japanese plundering throughout Asia.